6 Criminal Justice Tutors Found Near Utica, NY

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Marcie T.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Lake Katrine, NY 12449

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Social Studies Tutor Makes Learning Fun

I have my 2-year degree in Criminal Justice and worked for three years in Ulster County Probation. I am well versed and knowledgeable in Criminal Justice. While my NYS Certification is in Social Studies 7-12, my AA and my BA minor were in Criminal Justice. I feel that my work experience and education provide me the experience to teach Criminal Justice at the HS level. My name is Marcie, and I look forward to having the opportunity to meet with you. I am a mom of three school aged children and very active within my community. For the past three years I have worked as a tutor in the Kingston Cit [more]

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Thomas D.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Auburn, NY 13021

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Tutor in Auburn, NY

I served as a deputy sheriff for four years. I have an associates degree in Criminal Justice. I am presently a member of the The Private Investigators Union. I maintain my studies in this area on an ongoing basis. I often confer with police officers to maintain and upgrade my skills. I have taught in many different environments, including high school, business and industry. I am a graduate of Syracuse University, with a Masters Degree in Public Administration with major work in in the Social Sciences. My graduate work includes a C.A.S in Education & Counseling(this is an advanced degree bet [more]

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Tammi H.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Endicott, NY 13760

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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My Criminal Justice AAS degree was awarded to me from Broome Community College. I've previously tutored students at BCC's Office of Students with Disabilities. Hello, I am a college graduate who formerly tutored fellow students at Broome Community College in Binghamton, N.Y. I have tutored sociology, psychology, philosophy and criminal justice courses. At SUNY Oneonta I was a teaching assistant and reference researcher for Dr. Mary Howes. Currently, I am seeking flexible part-time employment while in pursuit of a Master's degree.... [more]

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Criminal Justice Tutor

Binghamton, NY 13905

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

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Substitute Teacher at Chenango Forks CSD available for summer tutoring

I passed the DANTES-DDST exams in Criminal Justice, Introduction to Law Enforcement and Drug and Alcohol Abuse (Substance Abuse). I am thoroughly acquainted with distance learning techniques and study materials. I am a final year external degree student with Excelsior College in Albany, New York in the BSc-LIBERAL ARTS program. I also hold a New York State Level 1 Teaching Assistant License. I am certified to teach Liberal Arts and Science and I am now certified to teach Biology as I passed the New York State Teacher Certification Examination in BIOLOGY in June, 2011. I completed 119 college [more]

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Ashley R.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Syracuse, NY 13202

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

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Tutor specializing in Bar Exam, Law, Humanities, and Languages

I have a Juris Doctorate and have clerked with the Minnesota Appellate Public Defender. Both require a strong command of criminal justice practice and theory, including statutory law, Supreme Court decisions, and criminal procedure. I approach every day as an opportunity to learn something new. As someone who has obtained a Bachelor's, Master's, and Juris Doctorate, I have had to be open to new ideas, challenging concepts, and difficult material. In fact, I embrace the challenge, it's always an opportunity to grow. As a tutor, I would love to help share this appreciation for learning with [more]

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Richard L.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Syracuse, NY 13219

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced and skilled tutor

I graduated from the Syracuse University College of Law in 1982 and became a lawyer in 1983. In law school I sat on the jury in the nationally known Grossman Competition and submitted a paper for publication in the Bar Review entitled The Constitutionality of Group Homes for The Developmentally Disabled. I taught and tutored a group of 12 students who were studying for the bar exam, and, thanks to my skill as a teacher and to my knowledge of the law, ALL of my students passed the bar exam on the first try! I have studied and analyzed many important Supreme Court decisions on criminal law, i [more]